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Say Goodbye to Insight Cable, Time Warner Cable Has Arrived

Phillip Dampier March 20, 2013 Consumer News, Insight, TWC (see Charter), Video No Comments

insightOver the next three months, customers of Insight Cable will notice some major changes from their cable operator.

New owner Time Warner Cable is retiring the Insight name for good and replacing it with their own.

Customers will gradually see Time Warner Cable’s logo introduced on company trucks, billing statements, channel guides, and all correspondence.

The company promises one thing is not changing for now: your rates. But that promise won’t last long. Time Warner adjusts rates annually.

Time Warner Cable will also leave current channel lineups in place, but expect to see technology upgrades that will deliver services like online video and faster broadband speeds that may not yet be available in all Insight Cable areas.

[flv width=”640″ height=”380″]http://www.phillipdampier.com/video/WCPO Cincinnati Say goodbye to Insight Cable in Ky 3-19-13.mp4[/flv]

WCPO’s consumer reporter lets northern Kentucky subscribers know ‘Insight Cable’ is a name headed for the history books.  (1 minute)

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